Passport Psychology

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    I'm very fortunate to have dual citizenship -- both of my parents are from Germany, but I grew up in the US. That means I have both a US and a German/EU passport, which is an amazing combination. I have expedited immigration in the US, I can use the European ePassport gates, and my EU passport allows me to avoid having to get visas for some countries which the US does require visas for, like Brazil. I've been in Germany for the past week, though I don't have my German passport at the moment. I got my German passport renewed at the consulate in Miami a couple of weeks ago, which was an experience in and of itself (Miami seems to be where German efficiency goes to die). And I've received word that my passport is now waiting for me in Florida, though that doesn't help me immediately. While I'd usually always use my EU passport within Europe, this time around I've been traveling with my US passport, and I've been noticing something. The post Passport Psychology appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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